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    nickel box-- rubbed some fur then mined the silver

    well preserved '29-S

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    got a date with a no date '19-P, thanks Nic-a-Date----- it does work
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    3 war nics.... one was the elusive '43-D, so I made a set of the 11 issued & tossed 'em in the Ebay pond ..... nibble, nibble
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    with a crusty '42-D Type 1

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    Just a thought.Could you coin guys define your terminology a bit?Not everyone knows what "rubbed the fur"means.Not a criticism,just a genuine question.Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashbandicoot View Post
    Just a thought.Could you coin guys define your terminology a bit?Not everyone knows what "rubbed the fur"means.Not a criticism,just a genuine question.Thanks.
    furry bison, as in a haircut-- finding a Barber coin

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashbandicoot View Post
    Just a thought.Could you coin guys define your terminology a bit?Not everyone knows what "rubbed the fur"means.Not a criticism,just a genuine question.Thanks.
    "Rubbed the fur" is not coin terminology. For the record neither is "groped" or "fondled" which is occasionally used by this member.
    MOVE THE COINSTAR FINDS THREAD TO THE COIN ROLL HUNTING FORUM!

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    I,ve groped and fondled and even been groped and fondled a few times,but never in connection with coins!Thanks anyway,now I,m even more confused.

 

 

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